In February 2004, DJ Spooky (Paul Miller) gave permission for material to be hosted at the Archive:
From: Paul D. Miller
To: Brewster Kahle
Subject: [etree] hey from Paul/Dj Spooky
hey Brewster et all - sure, I give permission to you all to post my
mix CD on your site, no problem. Could you simply make a link to my
and to list the mix as "Dj Spooky's Straight Blazin' 03<>04 Mix"
there's also the magazine me and some friends are doing - it's called "21C"
check out the magazine - I think you'd be into it.
>if you could list that as well. Basically mixes on the web are a
>free for all - nobody carea much about clearing 'em. I put 'em on my
>site all the time. So yes, I give permission to host my performances
>and the rhythm science in da xxi album at the archive under a
>non-commercial, attribution, no dirivative works creative commons
This is what you were hearing:
"Dj Spooky's Straight Blazin' 03<>04 Mix"
>good to see you last night at DI. I have been listening to your cd
>in my car. you said we could post it, that is great-- I would like
>to do that.
>Even though it is not "live", I think it would get the most
>attention in the live music archive. to do that, we need your
>If it is ok with you, if you could send a note something like:
>I give permission to host my performances and the rhythm science in
>da xxi album at the archive under a non-commercial, attribution, no
>dirivative works creative commons license.
>then, I will do the rest.
Additional admin notes:
Besides his straight live material, other allowed CD(s) may turn up in this section (example, "Dj Spooky's Straight Blazin' 03<>04 Mix") as long as they can be pegged to some kind of date, such as release date.
Additional DJ Spooky content at the Internet Archive: